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Search for NLZ site: Türkgücü receives political support

2021-03-05T16:58:28.880Z

Türkgücü Munich can hope for a suitable site for a young talent center (NLZ). The third division gets support from local politics.



Türkgücü Munich can hope for a suitable site for a young talent center (NLZ).

The third division gets support from local politics.

Something is happening at Türkgücü Munich.

The third division climber is looking for a suitable area for a NLZ in Munich.

The first football club in Germany founded by migrants to make it into professional football has high goals. 

President Hasan Kivran wants to lead the club into the 2nd Bundesliga and at the beginning of the year spoke of the city's "serious readiness" for its own area.

The reaction of local politicians to the statements was initially restrained.

A few days ago, when asked by Münchner Merkurs and tz, there was no concrete offer for a possible space. 

Türkgücü Munich has been "an integral part of the Munich football landscape for years"

Nevertheless, the club can hope a little more.

The Greens - Pink List and SPD / Volt have published a press release and want to support the climber in their search.

"Türk Gücü has been an integral part of Munich's football landscape for many years and its success story is an example of the hard work and inventiveness of many migrants who have shaped our city," says Green City Councilor Nimet Gökmenoglu. 

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Nimet Gökmenoglu is fighting for an NLZ.

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“The story of Türkgücü is a success story of a migrant association.

Never before has a club founded by migrants made it into the 3rd league, "adds Kathrin Abele, sports policy spokeswoman for the SPD / Volt parliamentary group.

"With the youth training center we want to support the excellent youth work that is done there and create the conditions for further sporting success." 

Own NLZ in Munich: Türkgücü Munich remains confident

Türkgücü Munich is happy about the commitment and remains optimistic that a suitable site will soon be found.

"Even if from the outside it often looks as if nothing is happening: Something is moving, the discussions with the city are positive and we are confident that we will have the necessary infrastructure in the medium term to optimally promote young talent," says Managing Director Max Kothny in conversation with Münchner Merkur.

The press release in full

The Greens - Pink List and SPD / Volt apply to support the sports club Türkgücü in the search for a suitable junior performance center (NLZ).

Founded almost 30 years ago by migrants, the sports club Türkgücü Munich made it into the 3rd league from the very beginning.

This success story, it is said in the justification for the application, impressively documents that Munich is a colorful and future-oriented urban society in which migrants have a permanent place.

The support in the search for a suitable training center for the next generation should also be recognition for the excellent youth work of Türk Gücü.

At the same time, the establishment of a youth performance center is a prerequisite for promotion to the 2nd division.

Green City Councilor Nimet Gökmenoglu says: “Türk Gücü has been an integral part of Munich's football landscape for many years and, with its success story, is an example of the hard work and inventiveness of many migrants who have shaped our city.

Unfortunately, the club is repeatedly the target of racist and right-wing extremist hate slogans.

By recognizing the work and merits of Türk Gücü and supporting youth work, the city would also counteract this hostility and make it clear that Türkgücü belongs to Munich. "Kathrin Abele, sports policy spokeswoman for the SPD / Volt parliamentary group, says:" The story of Türkgücü is a success story of a migrant association.

Never before has a club founded by migrants made it into the third division.

With the youth performance center we want to support the excellent youth work that is done there and create the conditions for further sporting success.

Because a match in a higher league is only possible with a youth center. "

jb / nms / pm

Source: merkur

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